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Thoughts and reflections from Frappeverse 2023
The only way to write maintainable large and complex software like Frappe Framework and ERPNext is to make it "composable".
When you are the CEO of the company and left with nothing to do.
Why you should attend the Frappe + ERPNext Conference 2023 (8-9 Sept)
Pricing and managing software projects is hard. Here are some insights from over the years.
What happens in a company that allows everyone to pick their own pay? Do people make wise choices? Do they get tempted to take more? Read to find out.
Every Frappe offsite is special - fun, dramatic and usually wholesome. Notes from our trip to Bhopal in Feb '23.
Going down the rabbit hole to find what makes great leaders
Being successful in a company is a two way street, both the person and the company must learn to tango if they have to get it right.
Can work become your mission? Is it worthy of your full engagement? Some thoughts and explorations...
With so many software applications, tools and components available for free, why bother making new ones?
Motivation as a leadership problem is overrated. You can't just "fire up" people. If people are not motivated, the problem lies elsewhere.
The government of India is working hard to digitise all services. My experiences from the 25th National E-Governance Conference.
The ERPNext Conference 2022 was a totally unexpected success
A look at the new ERPNext Hosting + Support plans and our pricing experiments through the years 2010-2022
Frappe is an awesome place to work, but not for everyone. Here is an honest attempt to talk about our shortcomings.
A step-by-step guide on how to implement pick your own pay in your company.
Notes from Offsite #6, where from a company, we became a movement.
If values have to matter, they must represent a trade-off. For each value to be impactful, there must be an anti-value (things that bring us down). What are the anti-values of Frappe?
Can group intelligence be used to run an organization? Here are some notes from our latest experiment